Find the volume of the prism. length=60cm, breadth=20cm, height =10cm

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Find the volume of the prism. length=60cm, breadth=20cm, height =10cm

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Volume of the prism \(\displaystyle={l}\cdot{w}\cdot{h}={60}\cdot{20}\cdot{10}={12000}\)
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